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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: Summarized for Busy People: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life: Based on the Book by Mark Manson

This book summary is created for individuals who want to flesh out the important contents and are too busy to go through the entire original book. This book is not intended to replace the original book.

In The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, blogger-turned-life-coach Mark Manson offers us his no-sugarcoat take on self-improvement.

With refreshing insight accompanied by some degree of profanity, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck provides us the raw and honest truth behind positive thinking and aversion to pain and failure. We must learn to recognize our limitations, accept our flaws, and welcome our fears in order to lead grounded yet fulfilling lives.

It's time to stop making lemonades out of life's lemons. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck cuts through the crap and tells you like it is: there is more success in caring less.

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  • Christine Marie T. Romohas quotedlast year
    You can do better when you stop thinking of what would happen afterwards.
  • Madputitohas quoted20 days ago
    You can find happiness the moment you let go and stop trying to be happy; you can find life the moment you give up trying to find its meaning. As opposed to what society has been teaching us, seeing what's beyond one's possessions, looks, and dreams in no way diminishes one's ambition and indicates complacency. You can do better when you stop thinking of what would happen afterwards. Accepting the negative experiences life has taught you and embracing your flaws will help you lead a more fulfilling life.
  • Madputitohas quoted20 days ago
    Embracing your life's negative aspects is actually a positive and liberating experience because you eventually stop focusing on the things that you lack or can't do in life.

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